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I have a VB 5 app that was developed in Windows NT and uses Microsoft Windows Common Controls (SP2).  I am trying to deploy the app to both NT and 95.  The 95 PC's that I have tried to install the application on do not have the drivers for Microsoft WIndows Common Controls (SP2).  Does anyone know how I would go about getting the drivers for Windows 95.

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Use the Setup Wizard to create a Setup program. This will check your program's dependencies and find out what DLLs or OCXes your program uses. It will include these in your Setup.

The common controls do not come in different flavours for NT or 95. One size fits all ;-)
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